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New York State Public Employment Relations Board Acts of Reprisal Case Files

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

Repository:

New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
This series consists of complaints and decisions reviewed by the Public Employment Relations Board in the process of investigating allegations of acts of reprisal in local municipalities. Acts of reprisal are in violation of the Public Employees' Fair Employment Act (Civil Service Law Article 14, Section 202), which guarantees public employees "the right to form, join and participate in, or to refrain from forming, joining, or participating in, any employee organization of their own choosing."
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Quantity:
7 cubic feet
Inclusive Dates:
1967-1984
Series Number:
B2727

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of complaints and decisions reviewed by the Public Employment Relations Board in the process of investigating allegations of acts of reprisal in local municipalities. Acts of reprisal are in violation of the Public Employees' Fair Employment Act (Civil Service Law Article 14, Section 202), which guarantees public employees "the right to form, join and participate in, or to refrain from forming, joining, or participating in, any employee organization of their own choosing."

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There are no restrictions regarding access to or use of this material.

Related Information

Other finding aids

B2727-19: Container list is available at the repository.

The cumulative digest and index to volumes 1-10 of Official Decisions, Opinions, and Related Matters (Public Employment Relations Board of the State of New York), 1968-1977, provides an alphabetical "table of parties" to PERB cases and their corresponding case numbers (pages 10001-10088). A "table of parties" and "case number index" are included in each subsequent volume of Official Decisions, Opinions, and Related Matters.

Custodial History

This accretion was part of the collection of PERB records accessioned by the New York State Archives from Cornell University's School of Labor Management (#5140). Accession of this accretion resulted from a project by State Archives staff in 2019 to accession or integrate estrayed or unidentified records.

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